Tuesday, September 29th 12:30pm-1:30pm
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Nina Lustik 

Reopening Plan:  Tackling Legal and Human Resources Issues under COVID-19

Nonprofit leaders right now are facing challenging decisions as they try to balance the needs of their employees, constituents and the organization.  How does the Executive Director handle the challenge of an employee who is too fearful to return to work?  What is the organization’s responsibility in assuring a safe work environment?  Join expert lawyer Christine Michelle Duffy of Pro Bono Partnership to get your pressing questions answered and to hear the most up-to-date guidance on current laws.  

Christine Michelle Duffy

Christine Michelle Duffy, Esq., is Director of the New Jersey program of Pro Bono Partnership.  Prior to joining the Partnership over 13 years ago, Christine initially was in a private law practice with Carpenter, Bennett & Morrissey for 12 years, where Christine focused on labor and employment law and appellate advocacy.  Then, for 12 years, Christine was the chief compliance officer and chief labor and employment counsel for an international group of environmental services companies.

 Christine has served on the boards and committees of several organizations, including the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel, the Board of Visitors of Fenway Health, the Advisory Board of Seton Hall Preparatory School (where Christine is a member of its Hall of Fame), the Editorial Board of the New Jersey Law Journal, and the Supreme Court of New Jersey Committee on Civil Practice.  Christine is editor-in-chief and contributing author of the groundbreaking Bloomberg BNA treatise Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace: A Practical Guide.  In 2017, the treatise Employment Discrimination Law and Litigation recognized Christine as a leading theorist in the area of employment discrimination law.